We did the 3 day land and 4 day cruise package and sailed on The Disney Wonder 2/11-2/15. It was great! The ship is beautiful.
There is so much to do on this ship. You really can't do it all. Our next cruise may be on the the seven day Disney Magic so we can enjoy more activities and Disney entertainment.
this was our two daughters' (ages 10 and 13) first cruise. They didn't do any of the kids' activities, so we all enjoyed doing things as a family like swimming, snorkeling, biking, site seeing, and just exploring the ship.
Make your next family vacation special and take the family on The Disney Wonder.
There were no problems at all. We had enough space to move around and plenty of storage space. The split bath is very handy too.
As far as sleeping arangements, my wife and I had a queen size bed. The couch folded out into a single bed and another bed pulled down from the ceiling. The girls were quite comfortable and slept like logs.
If things are going well on your cruise, the only time you'll be in your cabin is for sleeping and getting ready for dinner. I hope that is the case for your cruise.
We were on the Wonder in Jan. We had a balcony cabin and there was my husband & I as well as my daughter and my granddaughter. It wasn't too bad but boy was I glad for the split bath. We were very happy to have a balcony because both my daughter and granddaughter got sick (and not seasick) and spent most of the time in bed with the door open. There was more room on this ship than on the Rhapsody of the Seas. The one problem we did have though was the noise from the adjoining cabin. They seem to like to come in late and yell a lot and there were 4 of them in there as well.